The Morgan County Veterans Affairs Office has an opening for an Administrative Assistant January 1, 2019. The position is part-time – 28 hours per week.
Applicants should have
For a full listing of the job duties for the position, make a request by email to RBaum@morgancounty.in.gov
SEND Resumés via email or USPS to Veterans Service Officer, 180 S. Main Street, Box 1, Martinsville, IN 46151
Deadline for resumes – December 14, 2018.
Martinsville, Ind. – The City of Martinsville Board of Works approved purchasing guidelines in Monday night’s Board of Works meeting.
Purchasing guidelines, which were not in place previously, were approved in Monday’s Board of Works meeting to set the standard for future purchases done by the City of Martinsville.
While the City did not have guidelines in place in the past, Mayor Shannon Kohl finds they will be essential in running the City responsibly and transparently moving forward.
“We inherited poor practices and unwritten guidelines, but we’re taking steps in the right direction to improve our City and the way it runs,” she said. “Thanks to our City Attorney and Taft Law, we’re able to ensure all purchases go through the correct channels for approval in the future.”
The purchasing guidelines, titled Resolution No. 18, were a result of a City Report done by City Attorney Anne Cowgur and Taft Law. The findings of the report revealed a lack of good practices for purchases and contracts within the City, which was uncovered last year.
During the summer of 2017, an incident was brought to the attention of the City, showing that purchases had been made by a now-former employee who did not have the authority to sign off on.
“We’ve learned from past matters, and we want to move forward in a strong, positive manner,” Mayor Kohl said. “Putting guidelines in place that weren’t there previously holds accountability for all departments and City personnel to be responsible in how to handle purchases and contracts.”
Resolution No. 18, outlined in the attachment below, will place purchasing responsibilities on the Board of Works and department heads, with approval guidelines varying based on the purchasing or contract dollar amounts.
Congratulations to 5 of SCI REMC’s employees who were honored at the Indiana Electric Cooperatives Annual Meeting.
25 years of service: Stacey Sauer & Judy Barnes
30 years of service: Doug Arthur, Nancy Morgan & Bob Brouse
Thank you for your service to the co-op and the membership!
Guess who’s coming to Showtime Cinema December 15 from 3 to 5! Bring your crew and a camera. He’s a busy guy this time of year. (No, you don’t have to go to a movie to see Santa. That would be very Grinchy of us.)
Check out our website for updates and current movies.
Economy Heating, Air-Plumbing Now Hiring
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Our growing team is seeking new members! We are an upscale, family eatery located in the heart of downtown Martinsville, Indiana. We are currently accepting applications for the following positions: Host/Hostess, cook, dishwasher. Applicants must have some weekend availability. Experienced applicants are encouraged to apply, but training is available. We provide a wide variety of menu items, so applicants of various kitchen backgrounds are welcome. Must be 18 or older to apply.